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Foundation Free Download Unfitgirl Today I will tell you about a unique city builder. Foundation from Polymorph Games is already available in early access. But despite the fact that this is not the final version of the game yet, the gameplay is very diverse and interesting. I couldn’t resist building several different cities from scratch each time. Read more of my impressions from Foundation and a description of the game features in our Foundation Review .nd indeed it is. The game does not have strict restrictions on the terrain for the construction of buildings. The only limitation is the boundaries of the territory that you can build on. But this is also solvable because very soon you will open the possibility of buying neighbouring cells of territories. As for construction, it is very diverse and unique. You will see common buildings such as the lumberjack camp. You can build it, like any other building, in absolutely any degree. Over time, you can expand other buildings by adding parts to them responsible for a new type of activity. For example, you will be able to add sculptural artist to builders’ camp. But the most interesting thing is the construction of the church. Thanks to all sorts of improvements, you can turn it into an extraordinary cathedral. You will be able to adjust everything from the height to the number of entrances, partitions, bell towers and stone colours. But of course, the more pretentious the building, the more resources, time and money will be required for its construction and maintenance. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
But, believe me, it’s worth it, because you can enjoy the beautiful medieval landscape of your town. One of the most amusing and interesting features of Foundation is that you will have to plan the placement of all buildings in advance to provide people with a supportive environment. You can divide the entire territory into zones. Such as resource extraction (deforestation, stone extraction), residential area (here your residents will independently build their own dwelling), reforestation (assign a forester to grow new trees), restricted area (only specific residents will have the access here), etc. With this separation, you can better manage the work of the residents. For example, after building a lumberjack camp near the forest, do not forget to assign the same zone as a place for reforestation. This way your loggers will always be provided with raw materials close to their place of work. Moreover, keep track of what raw materials other workers need and build them near warehouses with everything they need. This will significantly speed up production. But it will take some thought to ensure the desired residential zone. The fact is that some buildings worsen the situation in a certain radius from themselves. And therefore, it will be necessary to think over the location of favourable and unfavourable zones for life. But at the same time so that the workers did not have a long way to the place of work. Of course, you will have at your disposal buildings that improve the infrastructure, such as markets, wells and even a tavern with catering.
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But to open them and provide with everything necessary, you will have to properly organize production .In Foundation, people have their own needs, desires and can leave you if they feel bad. Moreover, you yourself will appoint them to work and monitor their development. You will be able to remove them from their post and redirect them to another job. But, keep in mind that for each new craft the worker is trained anew. And this affects the speed of production. In addition, some of the buildings will open in levelling the estates: Labor, Kingdom, and Clergy. You will see what you need to work on in order to open a trade or a fisherman’s hut. Most often, you will need to complete tasks and increase points in each category in order to unlock something from the list. But you will also need to build corresponding buildings of a certain quality and increase the level of your inhabitants. Yes, those little dirt footpaths that my tiny band of villagers march up and down collecting berries and wood were what immediately drew me to Foundation, and they’re a big reason why I suspect I’ll be sticking around. When you fire up a new city in SimCity or Cities: Skylines, you’re given an empty, flat patch of land to work with. Everything that happens there does so according to your design, and the community you build begins with its roads. Roads connect people who live in residential areas to their jobs in industrial areas, and to the stores where they buy goods in commercial zones. You design every inch of the road system, which ultimately generates unrealistic cities that have no real core or personality. Mech Mechanic Simulator Switch NSP
Foundation illustrates why that is. You don’t build roads at all in Foundation, because the paths that connect your city are built by your villagers based on what they need to do. If you place a woodcutter’s shack near a copse of trees and assign a villager to work there, that villager will then trudge through the waist-high grass to get to work in as short a trip as they can make. Each time they walk that same line, the groove they’ve made in the grass gets deeper and wider, gradually forming a well-beaten trail. Watching this happen for the first time is magical. Gradually, as I place more buildings in Foundation’s grid-free world, more paths develop, forming a growing web of trails that clearly indicate where the heart of my village lies: at its centre. In real life, these kinds of trails are called ‘desire paths’. In old cities, they formed the basis for the first official streets and highways, but you’ll run into them in modern cities too when sidewalks and footpaths don’t take the optimal route. People will ‘cut’ across parks or grassy embankments when it makes less sense to follow the paved surface, and these same beaten paths will form (often leading to erosion problems that cities must then address). The great thing about desire paths in Foundation is that they don’t just react to the decisions you make. They also inform future decisions about how your town develops. Desire paths have a social gravity to them, and future development has to take their trails into account in order to avoid disrupting village life.
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Villagers also decide when and where to build housing, and they’ll consider the nearest paths to their workplaces when they do so. What’s so interesting about this is how it produces such a different kind of city layout than you wind up with in games like Cities: Skylines, SimCity, or my messy favourite, Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic. I’ve written before about how these games give you complete control over things that civic leaders don’t generally have a say in, mainly due to the fact that actual democracy usually makes for terrible gameplay. But Foundation has successfully figured out how to mesh citizens’ ability to make meaningful choices with the player’s control over major decisions, and the result is towns that feel much more organic and real than the tidy grid squares you find in most city builders. Beyond that, however, is the fact that this is a more dynamic relationship between the governor and the governed. Paths form between two sites you designate, and then your subsequent moves are guided or even determined by those paths. It’s a two-way communication, rather than being completely top-down, and that dynamism makes for a more interesting game. It emphasises the notion that you’re looking after a community of people rather than merely optimising a system, which is a feeling I think is missing from other city management games. Another thing worth pointing out is that this isn’t a case of the player’s will versus the AI. Villagers rarely do anything frustrating (other than leave town if you’re doing a bad job). Instead of a battle of wills Medieval Dynasty
Foundation lets you watch as your goals and your townsfolk’s goals work in tandem with each other, both reacting to and impressing on the other. There are other joys to be found as well. The modular building system allows you to design your own major structures, like keeps, manor houses, and churches. Forests you’ve cut down can be replanted with specific tree species, and you can make little training dummies for your soldiers to practice with in hand-to-hand combat. Foundation is a lovely little game, and the sense of relationship established by those initial footpaths makes a great first impression. Foundation has just entered Early Access on Steam, and there’s plenty more to look forward to on its development roadmap. Polymorph Games says it plans on adding mechanics for building decay, families and aging, diseases, and new biomes. The user interface is still a bit bare-bones, and the developer says it’ll be working on that as well in the weeks and months to come. Perhaps the most exciting upcoming feature, however, is vehicles. One day, your villagers will be able to own and ride horses, and I’m excited about the impact they’ll have on my towns’ networks of paths and roads, which I’ll eventually be able to pave in cobblestone. Ooh. Welcome back to yet another episode in our Modding Mondays series! It’s already been a month since we last featured a popular fan-made mod here. Today, we have the pleasure of talking about the Vegetable and Poultry Farms mod from creator Batyushki, whom you may remember from the Security mod we shared not so long ago.
Manage your people
Immersion is an important part of gaming: feeling like you’re part of the world and, to an extent, being able to engage in role-playing. One way to achieve a greater level of immersion is by adding gameplay features that feel relevant without bloating what’s already in place. With Vegetable and Poultry Farms, Batyushki had two goals in mind: to add variety and a more realistic food supply for villages. This was one of the first mods that I designed. I am a hobby farmer in real life and wanted to add some basic foods to the game. The mod has been through many versions and I’ve slowly improved and simplified it over time Agriculture and farming in the Medieval age were critically important: most peasants worked the land and played a key role in the production chain. This mod introduces two major gameplay additions to Foundation. The first one, a poultry farm, is unlocked once you get 10 villagers. Once it has been built, you will be spawn chickens and geese (they respawn every two weeks). Chickens produce eggs and poultry. The former is faster, but trades for less gold. On the other hand, geese, duck ponds and dovecotes produce only poultry. You want to keep that in mind once you start building your new poultry farms! Additionally—and this is a nice touch—you collect dung from your animals using the dung heap. You can then turn dung into compost to grow your vegetables. The circle of life! The other major inclusion from Batyushki’s mod are the vegetable farms. Metroid Dread Switch NSP
Unlocked once you get 20 villagers, you can build them according to your own taste just like wheat farms (by snapping together building parts in free-form) or use the simple, fixed farms. The free-form farm requires both field workers and a processing worker, but produces more per acre of land than the simple field farms. Once you build a free-form farm you need to select which vegetable to grow, and paint the crop field. Vegetables require compost (see above) and water to grow. Once you have vegetables ready for trade and stocked in a granary, you can add them to the vegetable cart, which acts as a market tender. Creating the Vegetable and Poultry farm mod proved to be quite challenging. With a lot of hard work and the help of a fellow modder, Batyushki was able to see its completion: One challenge with the mod was how to make the chickens and geese move. I knew this was technically possible but I didn’t know how to go about it. A fellow modder, Minotorious, created code that other modders can use to do simple movement animations. So in the end I didn’t have to solve the problem myself but was able to leverage the code Minotorious developed. I’m looking forward to many more collaborations with other modders going forward. We are always humbled to see such amazing content created for Foundation. The modding community is truly astonishing and we know it’s only going to get better as the game further evolves. This week, we’re back with a fifth episode in our Modding Mondays series.
Foundation is a medieval city building game. Therefore, its buildings are at the heart of the gameplay. We can think of them as characters for the game who are all working together to give it a unique identity. Something that truly inspired Vjraymon, a former IT professional who discovered his passion for modding through a co-worker. With House Addition V4, his goal was to offer more variety with Foundation’s architecture. Modding new buildings for a city builder seemed like a no-brainer. I first added them to the so-called organic house system of the game, then I took inspiration from the Vanioville mod created by Arthas to populate them manually. Another mod from Vjraymon allows you to manually place the new houses in your village, which is very interesting. As a reminder, Foundation villagers build houses by themselves in residential painted areas on your territory. The end result is entirely organic. Like others before him, Vjraymon learned how to code mostly on his own, but also with the help of the community and developers here at Polymorph Games. I learned to code in Lua with Foundation. At the beginning, I used examples provided with the game in addition to the help of Maxime and the modder Helron. Today, this creator has more than 20 mods to his name. His biggest wish for the future of modding with Foundation? Being able to mod character animations beyond what we currently offer, i.e. move, rotate and scale. On Monday morning, I struggled to get out of bed.
OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or newer (64 bit)
Processor: 3 GHz Dual Core Processor
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GTX 660 / R7 370 – 3 GB Video Memory
Additional Notes: OpenGL 4.3
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OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or newer (64 bit)
Processor: 3.2 GHz Quad Core Processor
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GTX 1060
NOTE: THESE STEPS MAY VARY FROM GAME TO GAME AND DO NOT APPLY TO ALL GAMES
- Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
- At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
- Click on the View tab at the top of the Folder Options window and check the option to Show hidden files and folders (in Windows 11, this option is called Show hidden files, folders, and drives).
- Click Apply then OK.
- Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
- In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
- In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
- Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
- Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
- Once complete, try opening the game again
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- First you will need YUZU Emulator. Download it from either UNFITGIRL, .. Open it in WinRar, 7ZIP idk and then move the contents in a folder and open the yuzu.exe.
- There click Emulation -> Configure -> System -> Profile Then press on Add and make a new profile, then close yuzu
Inside of yuzu click File -> Open yuzu folder. This will open the yuzu configuration folder inside of explorer.
- Create a folder called “keys” and copy the key you got from here and paste it in the folder.
- For settings open yuzu up Emulation -> Configure -> Graphics, Select OpenGL and set it to Vulkan or OpenGL. (Vulkan seems to be a bit bad atm) Then go to Controls and press Single Player and set it to custom
- Then Press Configure and set Player 1 to Pro Controller if you have a controller/keyboard and to Joycons if Joycons. Press Configure and press the exact buttons on your controller After you’re done press Okay and continue to the next step.
- Download any ROM you want from UNFITGIRL, .. After you got your File (can be .xci or .nsp) create a folder somewhere on your PC and in that folder create another folder for your game.
- After that double-click into yuzu and select the folder you put your game folder in.
- Lastly double click on the game and enjoy it.